The Sham Wan Towers (Chinese: 深灣軒) is a residential high-rise development located in the Ap Lei Chau area of Hong Kong. The complex consists of three towers, each of which rank among the tallest buildings in the city. The towers, numbered 1, 2, and 3, each rise 180 metres (591 ft), but differ in floor counts; Towers 1 and 2 contain 52 floors, while Tower 3 has 53. The entire complex was completed in 2003. The structures, designed by architectural firm AGC Design and developed in a collaboration between Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings and Sun Hung Kai Properties, are composed entirely of residential units.
Starting from 28th December 2016, the MTR will open the new South Island Line from Admiralty to the Southern District, connecting Ocean Park, Wong Chuk Hang, AP LEI CHAU area. This extension means that the MTR now offers direct links to all 18 districts in Hong Kong and offers a comprehensive network of fully integrated services for a new generation of rail travel called Rail Gen 2.0.